Campus Sexual Assault Under Investigation at University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)

In the University of Michigan’s own climate survey, released in June 2015, 23 percent of female undergraduates reported experiencing nonconsensual kissing, touching, or sexual penetration in the past year. Less than 4 percent of all students said they had reported those incidents to university or law-enforcement officials.

About 30 percent of female undergraduates said they had experienced nonconsensual penetration or sexual touching due to physical force or incapacitation since arriving on the campus, according to a climate survey by the Association of American Universities released in September 2015. About 40 percent of all students believed it was very or extremely likely that the university would conduct a fair investigation.